Highway project targets end of season

Staff ~ The Prince Albert Daily Herald
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The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure says it still hopes to complete the twinning of the highway between Prince Albert and Saskatoon by the end of the construction season.

Delays caused by bad weather last spring prevented the paving of a 13-kilometre stretch between Prince Albert and MacDowall. The plan now is to have it completed by the end of the construction season, a timeline that remains weather-dependent.

The end of the construction season varies according to weather conditions, but tends to fall between late October and the end of November.

Organizations: Prince Albert, Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure

Geographic location: Saskatoon

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  • Tim
    September 17, 2012 - 23:00

    Good luck. I drive that highway 4 days a week and the progress I see is almost nil from one week to the next. They need more pieces of road building equipment and less guys driving around in their 1/2 tons.